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Camping fish and chips

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I hope your Christmas and New Year was wonderful.  I’ve been here: –

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I thought I’d share a camping meal with you. I meant to take left overs for our first meal but in the rush they were left behind so we bought fish. We had to make this meal twice since my 7 year old went fishing with his Dad and brought back a couple of fish too. Can you eat too much fish and chips?

Camping Fish and Chips with salad (gluten free with dairy free option)

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Peel potatoes (or just wash if they are organic and you like the skin on) and cut up.  I’ve cubed them but you can cut them however you like. Parboil them until just tender and fry them in a fry-pan with a little olive oil on a camper cooker. Cut the fish into fillets and dot with small pieces of butter (or coconut oil to make dairy free) and grill under the camper cooker until done. Serve with lemon wedge.

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Salad (for 4) :

Baby spinich – about 40 gms

bean sprouts – a handful

1/2 red capsicum – sliced

small carrot – peeled and sliced

1/2 cucumber – cut length ways and then cut into sections

handful grape tomatoes – sliced into halves

Toss salad ingredients together and add dressing if desired.  My favourite salad dressing is 1 part apple concentrate to 1 part apple cider vinegar. I keep it in a jar and just add as needed.



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